Part 3: Why Limnos is good for digestion

Taking the 4 key points from Part Two,

  1. Cross cultural
    skills such as flexibility, tolerance and strong observation skills
  2. Comfortable with ambiguity.
  3. Multi-dimensional world view.
  4. Open to other value systems.

Seems to me, when I look at these skills, bared to bone like that, I see a set of characteristics that also seem to describe a design thinker. Or a boundary spanner. Someone who would possess the right set of skills required for "The Conceptual Age".

Taking the thought one step deeper, a master of innovation, if you will. Does that help answer your email, Michael?

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One Response to Part 3: Why Limnos is good for digestion

  1. Great series of post. And I love the list of “ingredients” that make up a tasty bowl of “limnos”. You’re right; a great profile for designer/boundary spanner!

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